More than 25 million pixels of Digital Art

MAX Centre — Barakaldo, Spain

A new Digital Art experience implemented by TRISON Necsum amaze visitors of Max Center Shopping Center, located in Barakaldo (Bizkaia).

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A digital totem, 17 meters high and 9 and a half meters wide, with more than 25 million pixels of image quality, projects incredible images that completely change the experience of visiting the Shopping Center that Necsum Trison has digitalized.

Impressive digital art contents, highlighting the digital architecture in which the well known titanium slats of the Guggenheim museum are made and undone to cover the skin of the totem; or the sophisticated Gold Waterfall that shocks those present with its impressive 3-dimensional fall. One of the funniest and most creative moments is starred by an amazing 17-meter-high David by Michelangelo, in which this imposing digital sculpture comes to life to surprise and interact with the visitors of the center.

This audiovisual installation is completed with interactive games for all ages where visitors will be the protagonists of this colossal screen. The Central Plaza, full of sensors, allows visitors, old and young, to play and have fun interactively. The most modern technology works its magic to allow us to enjoy augmented reality, share photos with friends and even test our own strength with an original digital fair hammer.

In addition, the big screen offers exclusive shows where musical robots, dancers and artists, among others, will make the main plaza a place to experience unique shows at each visit.